FabJob Guide to Become a Personal Shopper

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FabJob, 2004 - Business & Economics - 211 pages
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This fabulous book explains how to break into a career shopping for gifts, fashion, and other items for busy people. It gives step-by-step shopping instructions, from identifying what people want to finding the best products and preventing purchasing mistakes. Job opportunities with retailers are covered, including advice on finding job openings, preparing a resume, and interviewing. The book also explains how to start a personal shopping business serving individuals or corporate clients. Includes CD-ROM.

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This fabulous book explains how to break into a career shopping for gifts, fashion, and other items for busy people. It gives step-by-step shopping instructions, from identifying what people want to finding the best products and preventing purchasing mistakes. Job opportunities with retailers are covered, including advise on find job openings, preparing a resume, and interviewing. The book also explains how to start a personal shopping business serving individuals or corporate clients. Includes CD-ROM.

Tag Goulet is a leading career expert who has consulted for multi-national corporations and conducted business training programs for organizations such as American Management Association International. Her career advice appears online at AOL, CareerBuilder, CBS MarketWatch, CNN, Fast Company, and Microsoft's MSN, among others, and she has been featured in media from ABC and Oprah.com to Entrepreneur and The Wall Street Journal online. Tag is a contributor to more than a dozen books including USA Today and Amazon.com bestsellers, and has spoken before hundreds of thousands of people in dozens of cities over the past 15 years. Currently she is co-CEO of FabJob Inc., an award-winning publishing company named "the #1 place to get published online" by Writer's Digest. She is also a part-time university instructor of management courses.

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